Writers Club receives timely donations

Divine Word University Writers and Readers Club was a proud recipient of nine The Crocodile Prize Anthology 2015 books at the university’s main campus in Madang yesterday on Monday.

Social and Religious Studies Lecturer and founder of the club Fr Harry Gahare said the articles of Papua New Guinean writers compiled in the book is likely to motivate the students who are engaging in this club.

Fr Gahare said the 22 members comprising of staff and students engaged in the club will contribute to the competition and help promote a reading and writing culture in PNG.

Parents flock to DWU to witness missioning of students

The ceremony is likely to see more than 350 plus students in the fulltime programs commissioned from the four faculties – Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS), Faculty of Business and Informatics (FBI), Faculty of Education and the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences. 

This year’s missioning ceremony is a milestone for the university as 9 Masters sStudents in disciplines including Masters in Research Methodology under FASS, FBI and Education plus Masters in Education Leadership will for the first time be participants in the annual event.

Annual influx of parents at Divine Word Uni

The commission ceremony is a planned annual event for DWU where final year students are presented with the DWU Cross as a sign of them being appreciated and sent out to the world as DWU servants fully equipped with ethics, skills and knowledge to change the world.

It is also the special moment where the parents are invited and thanked to witness and see the students being commissioned.